An exceptionally spacious, Grade II listed Georgian townhouse of immense character, including a former sales shop/studio. Ideal for those wishing to co-locate business and home and ideal for the family needing plenty of space.
The term unique is often overused in property sales but in the case of this particular home it certainly applies in its true sense.
The property comprises a most appealing, stone fronted Georgian town house, part of which has been previously used as a flower shop/studio in the past. The property provides exceptionally generous living accommodation complemented by five bedrooms offering all the space that the family could ever wish for and would be perfect for those who work from home, perhaps, establish their own business from the premises.
The property is located within the Mansfield Woodhouse Conservation Area. The front of the property features timber glazing bar sash windows and a six panelled timber front door with fanlight above providing visual architectural historic elegance to the building and to the street scene. A carriage way arch provides access to the rear of the property where there is off street parking.
Only by internal inspection can the true size and appeal of this property be fully appreciated and this we recommend without hesitatation.
The main accommodation with approximate room sizes may be more fully described as follows:
With stone flag floor plus staircase leading to the first floor accommodation.
4.25m x 3.82m (13'11 x 12'6 )
Decorative rustic brick fireplace plus electric storage heater.
With two central heating radiators.
4.88m x 4.25m (16'0 x 13'11 )
Living flame gas fire set within a Victorian cast iron fireplace. Electric storage heater. Inset display niche to the side of the fireplace.
4.08m x 5. 49m (13'4 x 16'4 160'9 )
With store room leading off. Electric storage heater.
Equipped with WC plus wash hand basin.
3.88m x 3.74m (12'8 x 12'3 )
Rayburn Royal solid fuel cooker. A wealth of original beams to the ceilings. Central heating radiator. Staircase giving access to the cellar.
3.43m x 2.0m (11'3 x 6'6 )
Equipped with single drainer sink unit plus pantry leading off.
2.98m x 4.38m (9'9 x 14'4 )
Rustic fireplace. A wealth of original beams to the ceiling. Door giving access to
3.1m x 2.38m (10'2 x 7'9 )
With door to rear gardens.
2.58m x 3.73m (8'5 x 12'2 )
With plumbing for washer.
With central heating radiator, walk-in wardrobe plus door giving access to a rear balcony with wrought iron railings. Two radiators.
4.07m x 5.28m (13'4 x 17'3 )
Two fitted wardrobes plus further in-built wardrobe.
4.29m x 3.84m (14'0 x 12'7 )
Cast iron fireplace plus electric storage heater.
4.27m x 3.84m (14'0 x 12'7 )
Retaining an original winch mechanism and having two Velux type windows plus electric storage heater.
2.73m x 1.49m (8'11 x 4'10 )
Equipped with a tiled shower cubicle with electric shower, wash hand basin, WC plus electric storage heater.
4.5m x 3.66m (14'9 x 12'0 )
With half height Wainscoting to the walls and second staircase giving access to the ground floor. Radiator.
3.74m x 2.09m (12'3 x 6'10 )
Equipped with a shower cubicle with plumbed in shower, two wash hand basins, wall mounted gas boiler plus central heating radiator. Archway leading to
3.18m x 2.03m (10'5 x 6'7 )
Equipped with a bath, WC, bidet and central heating radiator.
With in-built wardrobe.
5.5m x 2.99m (18'0 x 9'9 )
With electric storage heater.
The property is flush fronted to the pavement. A carriage way arch gives access to the rear of the property where there are gardens plus off street parking.
Freehold with Vacant Possession upon completion.
Arranged with pleasure via the sole selling agents.
The local authority is Mansfield District Council. The property falls within Band B for Council Tax purposes.
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